These Easter Chicks Deviled Eggs are going to be the talk at the Easter dinner table this year. Yup…. I can feel it. How could everyone not find these deviled egg Easter chicks to be one of the cutest ideas ever? We made these last year but, we did not have company over so I could not show them off. This year we will be having company for dinner and I am wanting my food to be fun, exciting and all the chatter ha ha. My family really enjoyed the Bacon Deviled Eggs I made last month (they are HUGE deviled egg fans) but, I am surprising them this afternoon with these cute Easter Chick Deviled Eggs.
Easter Chicks Deviled Eggs
Ok, I just had myself one of these little chicks and I kind of felt bad eating him, ha ha! We have deviled eggs almost every holiday and I am so excited to make these Easter Chicks Deviled Eggs for this years Easter get together.
These Easter Chick Deviled Eggs are so simple yet they are just so special. Do you agree? lol. Just grab your ingredients for your favorite deviled eggs and you can whip up these special little chicks.
6 Boiled Eggs
1/4 cup Mayonnaise
1 tbsp Sweet Pickle Relish
2 tsp Mustard
Salt and pepper, for taste
1 Mini Carrot
1 Sweet Midget Pickle or you can also use a few pieces of relish.
Cut small slice off bottom off egg to flatten it so it will stand.
Cut zig zag pattern around middle of egg to look like it cracked open.
Remove yolks and place in a bowl.
Cut carrot so that you end up with 6 small triangles to use as beaks.
Cut strip off of pickle and then make 12 small squares to use as eyes.
Mash yolks with a fork and stir in mayonnaise, pickle relish, and mustard.
Salt and pepper, to taste.
Mix until consistency is smooth and creamy.
Transfer mixture to zippered bag and clip corner for piping.
Pipe mixture into cooked egg whites piping until over full to resemble a chick head sticking out.
Place beaks and eyes in place.
Top each with the bottom with its top half.
You can optionally shred lettuce to resemble grass to display them.
Some of your eggs may split a bit when removing the yoke. Have no fear as they will actually hold together better once you fill them with your yoke mixture.
If you are thinking out your Easter Dinner Menu, definitly consider making these lil chicks. They are so simple and quick. Oh… they have the WOW factor too! ha ha!